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damodelguy az

33 WILLYS WOODY conversion

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used the 32 ford speedwagon kit,  34 ford sedan fenders, and 33 willys front.   body was cut down middle to narrow it, and removed the bulge on its sides.  nice to be back at it.  hope yas enjoy

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Nice slice and dice job giving  sort of a Hot Wheels vibe

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Very nice!

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Wow,that came out really nice!

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You've got some great proportions there, Glen.  Now I know what to do with my spare Speedwagon body!  The colour is a great match to a woody body.  All in all a very believable street rod.

Would I be correct in guessing you used the Revell Buttera 34 coupe fenders to rework the Willys units?

Cheers

Alan

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Great concept and execution, well done!

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Great idea, turned out real nice.  Good work, like the way you blended the Willys head light and fender to the 34 fenders....seamless.  Beautiful work!

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THAT LOOKS REAL NICE GLEN, I SAW THAT GREEN CAR IN PERSON AT A GOODGUYS SHOW IN NY, VERY COOL.

 

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Nice conversion.

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Stunning!!  Very believable.  Great job!

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Great looking conversion. The fender and body modifications look like the "kit" came that way. Excellent wood trim and paint.  

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Nice conversion.  Well finished.

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thanx much guys,  the conversion was dont with all AMT kit parts

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I've always wanted to build this, inspired by that same green 1:1 build since i saw it at a Goodguys show in NY almost 20 years ago. Nice job on the conversion

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Now that is just way too cool!B)

Thanks for sharing this one!:)

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Great model woodie. Looks like the real car that inspired the build. Thanks for sharing.

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